Protecting Door County's Exceptional Lands and Waters..Forever
January 2017
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Happy New Year!
We hope you had a great holiday season and from all of us at Door County Land Trust, we wish you a happy and healthy 2017. As you will read below, the time has come to mark your calendars. Beginning with our annual Midwinter Gathering in Egg Harbor on February 11, we hope to see you throughout the coming year at Door County Land Trust events. Please visit our website to register for the Midwinter Gathering and to learn about other opportunities to become involved in Land Trust happenings.
From the Board of Directors and staff at Door County Land Trust, we thank you for your support and generosity. We depend on member year-end giving to support our operations and once again, you did not disappoint. It is because of you that we are able to protect and nurture lands throughout Door County and we humbly thank you for allowing us to continue our important work.

Best wishes,

Tom Clay
Executive Director

Midwinter Gathering on February 11_ 2017
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Midwinter Gathering

Sa turday, February 11, 2017
4:30 - 7:00 pm
Landmark Resort, Egg Harbor Room at Carrington Pub

The Land Trust's beloved winter benefit continues! The Midwinter Gathering brings us all together to shake off the chill of winter and look forward to the coming year. 
A Sand County Almanac Progressive Marathon Reading
A Sand County Almanac

Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5, 2017 
Various locations

Celebrate Aldo Leopold weekend by taking part in this two-day progressive reading! Local personalities will read from the environmentalist's influential essay collection at various venues throughout Door County. Presented in collaboration with Crossroads at Big Creek, Door County Land Trust, The Clearing, and The Ridges Nature Sanctuary.

Readers wanted!
Contact Write On at 920-868-1457 or if you would like to take part!

Leaving a Legacy of Land
Legacy Circle - Planned Giving

Leave a legacy that sustains the Door County you love by becoming a member of the Land Trust Legacy Circle! Giving to the Land Trust through your estate plan is a great way to make a lasting, positive impact.

Holiday Wishes Video from the Door County Land Trust
Holiday Wishes Video from the Door County Land Trust
Missed our last email? Catch up by viewing the holiday  video now.
Thank you for your support of the Door County Land Trust. As we look ahead to 2017, there are many places yet to protect and many nature preserves that need our ongoing care.  We invite you to take a moment to view this video featuring the many places that inspire wonder and joy...places that you have helped to protect.
More Information
The Door County Land Trust is a local, non-profit organization working to preserve Door County's open spaces, scenic beauty and ecological integrity. The Land Trust has protected more than 7,600 acres and is supported by more than 2,200 members. 
Door County Land Trust nature preserves are open to the public at no charge for hiking, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation, some forms of hunting, and other low-impact, non-motorized recreational activities. 
For more information on the Door County Land Trust and to make a contribution of support, please visit: or call (920)746-1359.  

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